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MAISON PLANK COLLECTION

Where affordability meets luxury, the Maison Plank Collection is a first in the industry. This versatile click lock flooring combines the character of fine oak hardwood and the durability of laminate. With a strong water-resistant base layer, Maison Plank is suitable for all spaces including commercial, multi-family, large residential, or anywhere water is a concern. Why? Each innovative board is virtually waterproof - proven to resist damage up to an impressive 12 hours under water. 

Maison Plank floating hardwood floors are manufactured with sustainability in mind and easily installed directly over many different existing surfaces. Stop by our gallery or order samples

online today!

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EXPERIENCE THE AUTHENTICITY

Each Maison Plank board boasts a top layer of genuine oak or walnut, a substantially strong HDF core, and a bullet-proof titanium finish The result? A nearly indestructible flooring product capable of withstanding commercial or high-traffic residential use but with the warmth and beauty of natural wood.

Add your floor over most surfaces with simple click lock installation. Suitable for radiant heat and high-moisture applications.

MAISON PLANK SPECIFICATIONS

Interested in more detailed information for your project? Download the complete Haute Plank Collection Specifications Sheet.

  • Widths: Up to 9"

  • Lengths: Up to 6.75'

  • Thickness: 10mm - 12mm with .6mm wear layer

  • Exceptional water-resistance rating

  • High-density fiber board core for added strength

  • Herringbone & Chevron patterns available

  • Scratch-resistant Titanium finish

  • 12 Standard Colors

  • 4-5 week lead time

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MORE COLLECTIONS.

RECLAIMED.

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NETHERLANDS.

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BELGIUM.

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EURO ART.

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3/4" GRAND.

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